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November 20, 1987 - Image 144

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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. Sensational Semi-Mounts

Let a myriad of channel-set baguettes
create a spectacular showcase for
your solitaire.
These elegant semi-mounts are
more than a setting: they form a
brilliant backdrop for your diamond.
Each 14 or 18 kt. gold mount is
generously studded with handsome
baguette diamonds --- up to two full
carats in weight. Add a center stone,
and you have a dramatic and con-
temporary look.
As a new home for your original
diamond, or a first engagement/wed-
ding ring you will treasure forever,
they have no peer. Compare anywhere'
at 20-50% more.

2. Wrap Up an Affordable New Look

Its amazing what one of these
affordable solitaire enhancers will do
to update yesterday's diamond.
just sit" it on your finger next to
your °Idling, and voila! A beautiful
backgggind of brilliant-cut diamonds
n
• ci wraps your stone to
l ing new look.
ernporary designs to
arting at only $186.00.
e in
to bringinye ring to-
day and
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